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About barneydds

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  1. Dang, I want these, but I'm in AZ!
  2. I hear you, but I will likely only use the coach one or two times a year and I can't justify big numbers for it just to sit and rot most of the year. If I can get to a point where I'm using it more frequently, I will upgrade. Just trying as of now to pick the best of the worst.
  3. The 2003 discovery 39s shows a rating of 5k, which is why I assume the providence is the same.
  4. I have scoured the internet and can't get much chassis information on a 2003 fleetwood providence 39s. the only thing I found was the 2006 model and it does have the 10k tow rating.
  5. It’s a 2003. I think they may have gone to 10k in 2004
  6. this one is the 330 hp cat/ allison 3000 6sp. the gvwr seems to be the limiting factor. gvwr is 27,910 and gcwr is 32,910
  7. are you talking about the 5.9?
  8. First one is 6 speed allison and 10k tow rating.
  9. I started another thread, but I should have just added the question here. I found another "deal" my concern with this one is that it's a fleetwood discovery 39 and it only has 5k lb tow rating. Can that be fixed? it has the 7.2 CAT and 6 speed allison.
  10. For anyone who understands this better than I do, I'm looking for a motorhome and have found anothre deal on a fleetwood 39'. These for whatever reason have a tow capacity of 5,000 lbs. Is this something that can be changed by changing or bolstering the hitch? Anyone towing more than the 5k with one of these?
  11. Yeah, Stopping does seem like it would be important. Just looked at the Banks site. $2k gets you 75whp and over 200tq above stock which i figure is about 400/900 crank.
  12. The 5.9 Cummins has to be better than a gasser right?
  13. Thanks for the responses. They were about what I expected. There is another option at the same lot that is also a Fleetwood discovery but it’s only 34’ and my wife doesn’t like the bathroom setup at all. It has the CAT 7.2. I”m not going to find something with everything I want in the budget I’m willing to stick to, so there will be compromises. I’m just not sure where I want to compromise. Has anyone here done the mods to a 5.9 that can give real life experience?
  14. I put a deposit down on a 2004 Fleetwood expedition 38N. My wife likes the layout and the interior is in excellent shape. The paint and decals are a little rough, but I don’t mind that too much. It looks like it has the 5.9 300hp Cummins with the 3000 Allison. I decided to buy before I knew much about the engine and now that I’ve done some research i’m Concerned about the power. Another very important piece of the puzzle is that it is triple slide with about all the options I would want for $37k out the door, tax title license and everything. I have found nothing else that really compares for the price and I don’t really want to spend much more because I’m really not going to use it a whole lot. I’m coming from a 2016 genesis 40gs toyhauler that I decided to sell due to lack of use. That toy hauler is for sale btw if anyone is interested. Any thoughts on the Fleetwood set up?
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    Hey Jason, Glad you chimed in. This is for a stock ls7 in a Zo6. How do the sheet metal intakes do on those? I’m really just looking for the stock version, but would be open to something different if it would be worth it. The stock intake on the car now is cracked and I thought someone on here might have one sitting around that they took off for a supercharger or intake upgrade.

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